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Re: I have a new toaster oven and the clock won't set...
I would call Cuisinart - this one has a 3-year warranty, and all they would need is a serial number, not the receipt. Do any of the lights turn on? When you pressed clock, did you hold in the hours button?
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From my research from several sources, you can't. Best bet is to buy a baking sheet of 12" x 12" size and use it as the crumb tray. These inexpensive ovens are throw away items, hence, no part supplies.
When the oven is first plugged in "12:00" appears on the display. • Press the "Timer" button twice. The display will begin to blink "12:00". • Adjust the time in steps of one minute by pressing the "+" or "-" buttons. • If you hold the button pressed down for more than 6 seconds, the time will change quicker. • Press the "Timer" button to enter the time in the system. If you do not press the "Timer" button, the time will be entered automatically after 30 seconds.
Top dial is Bake/Broil knob, it goes left to right. Starts with OFF @ 9 0-clock next is 100 dgre then @12 o-clock 180 Deg. is at top center next is 250 Deg. next 350 located opposite of off. Next @ 4 o-clock is 400 Deg. Next @ 5 o-clock is 450 Deg. and finally at the bottom at the 6 o-clock position is BROIL. The Center Knob is BAKE TIMER . Starts @ off position as 0, next @ 10 o-clock is 10-mins. Next @ 12 o-clock position is 20 mins. Next @ 2 o-clock pos. is 30 mins. Next @ 3 o-clock pos. is 40 mins. Next @ 5 o-clock pos. is 50 mins. Next and finial pos. is 60 mins. The Bottom knob is TOAST @ the 9 o-clock is is 0 next @ 11 o-clock pos. is Light , Next between the 12 & 1 o-clock pos. is MEDIUM and the final pos. @ 3 o-clock is DARK. TOAST.
I just opened one with the same problem. The bi-metal switch / thermostat was completely burned out and melted into a small lump of metal. Unless you can get a replacement for that it might be the cheapest to go to a store and buy one new for under $80.
A toaster oven is a cross between a toaster and an oven. But unlike a toast, you can cook things in it like you would on a regular oven. It might also be more comfortable than a regular oven, because it heats up faster and saves energy. I even bake cookies in it!
The only problem is that it is usually much smaller than a standard oven, so you probably won't be able to bake a birthday cake or a roast in it. Other than that, it's a very useful device.